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Wyatt-Clarke: photo agents
Wyatt-Clarke: photo agentsIt's all good news at Wyatt-Clarke with various photographers on their books picking up awards. They are also thrilled to be joined by Nick Georghiou, a extremely talented photographer best known for his award-winning work for Land Rover and Barnados. Most recently he´s been shooting a poster campaign for BMW, agency WCRS.
Getting the acclaim she deserves is Nadège Mériau, currently showing some of her work at the Schweppes Portrait Award exhibition being held at the National Portrait Gallery in London. Larry Dunstan's just shot a big campaign for the new Sony Ericsson Walkman Phone, agency BBH, in which he street casted the subjects and found some interesting characters as you can see.
Peer Lindgreen shot a campaign for Barnados with agency BBH, which has been short listed for the Campaign Poster Awards. Andy Glass shot the Stella Screen campaign in various UK locations. In each shot you can see visual references to scores of classical films- considered a widespread success as advertising meets cinema soduko. Thyman has just finished a Levi's shoot for BBH that´s momentarily shrouded in secrecy, but due to be released soon. Look out for it in December.
Horton-Stephens: photo agents
Horton-Stephens: photo agentsA photographers’ agents that offers a crack team of ultra-helpful assistants with an in-depth knowledge of photography, the photographers they represent and all aspects of production. They represent a full spectrum of photographers, and are affiliated with a partner agent M-Represents in New York.
2005 has seen the launch of Um, a talented pot of cgi artistry whose roots are in photography and modelmaking, and whose work has been decorated by more awards this year than any other such outfit. The Virgin Airlines “Cuban Cigar” is just one example. Richard Ansett has just returned from Bavarian Beer Festivals with a block of new work to see. Lederhosen never looked so kinky. Julian Wolkenstein is so exciting to work with that he struggled to get his models to yawn for his latest personal project, Yawn (available online). The excellent Alan Mahon continues to defy categorisation. You can still see his classics: the gruesome “wounds” series, the award-winning Gun Crime campaign and his AOP winning personal series, alongside his more recent work like Playstation and Tekken for TBWA (shown left). Lovely Karin Berndl is showing one of her recent collaborations with an illustrator, the series is on her online gallery.
Eugenio Franchi, hailing not from the valleys of Chiantishire, but somewhere nearer Cardiff, has added some more of his beautiful, carefully considered photographs to the site. “Skull” illustrates his style where everything is reduced to a minimum in order to communicate in the most powerful possible way. Fernando Milani is based in New York. We are proud to represent his fabulous beauty work via our New York affiliate agent.
Ever charming Graham Tooby has worked hard to fill his new folio with classic still life photos shot on location in his local toilet, no expense spared! Matthew Murray’s sense of the bizarre shines through his new online selection. They depict religious theme-parks, waxworks, stuffed animals and transsexuals… though not all at the same time. Jason Knott has proved to be the most prolific of shooters these last six months adding to his constantly evolving folio.
And lastly, Gary Salter has been photographing male… ahem... dirigibles for his latest ad commission for Lambrini Wines. Folios can be ordered online.
Pictured left is his Cannes Gold Award Winner for Child Road Safety. Mervyn Franklyn has been globetrotting constantly and only recently popped with loads of new work, which can be viewed online.
Catherine Collins Productions UK LTD: photo agents
Catherine Collins Productions UK LTD: photo agentsWith a portfolio of four photographers and two illustrators, Catherine Collins has worked on global campaigns for Adidas, Aviva, BMW, DaimlerChrysler, Ford, HSBC, Jaguar and Nestlé. Catherine’s years of experience, attention to detail and ability to work closely with agencies and clients ensures that the message is clearly delivered and cleverly executed.
Robert Wilson shot 180 Amsterdam’s global campaign for Adidas for the 2006 World Cup. His uncompromising portraits of the world’s greatest footballers are dominating outdoor sites worldwide. Robert also collaborated with Simon Page-Ritchie on AMV BBDO’s brand launch for Aviva. Robert shot the portraits while Simon created the still life sections.
Simon Page-Ritchie's elegant still lifes have made him first choice for Flora, Gordon’s, Kellogg’s, KFC, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Pfizer and McDonald’s controversial ‘no logo’ campaign for Leo Burnett.
Anton Watts has travelled the globe for the world’s most powerful brands. He’s been to Peru for BMW, America for Aston Martin, Morocco for Land Rover, Argentina for Mazda, Brazil for Volvo, China for Ferrari and Jaguar, and the Arctic Circle to the Mediterranean for Renault. Clients keep coming back for his edgy and contemporary style.
Catherine’s latest signing, Conor Masterson, has consolidated his award winning success for JWT and RKCR with on-going campaigns for HSBC, Vodafone, Greene King, Guinness and Coca Cola. His bold and diverse photography ensures a variety of commissions from still life to beauty, studio to location.
Stephen Parkes has added Oral Care, Hewlett Packard, Uniglo and Channel 4 to his client list.
Alongside powerful and graphic pieces for TIME, BuinessWeek, Texas Monthly and the New York Times, Douglas Fraser produced his first comic book, Mort Grim.
David & Rose Lambert: photo agents
David & Rose Lambert: photo agentsDavid and Rose Lambert represent a select group of advertising photographers that specialise in studio and location cars, landscapes, still life, reportage, people and food.
They are very experienced in production and work internationally with a wide client base in Europe and the Far East.
Recent work has included campaigns for Audi, Robinsons, Reebok, the Army, RBS, HSBC, Ford, Nissan and Toyota.
Call them for a portfolio or alternatively go and see them in their brand spanking new office on the sunny Kings Road.
Freddie Brazil: photo agents
Freddie Brazil: photo agentsFreddie Brazil who's been involved in the business one way or another since the nineteen-sixties first began representing photographers with his agency in 1986, and was a pioneer on the European trail, bringing his photographers work, and finding new talent, on the continent.
Freddie himself is a great believer in the idea that a picture paints a thousand words and that the quality of his photographers' work speaks volumes for itself.
So feast your eyes on the selection chosen from the works of John Claridge, a proponent of fine-art photography who really needs no introduction; Tessa Verder whose fine-art photos are collected by galleries around Holland, and who's currently exhibiting at the Antwerp photo festival; Aerount Overbeeke, who recently shot for the 2006 Mercedes Trucks and Vans Calendar; Graham Young, who’s just completed a shoot for the Skoda Octavia RS on location in England; Holland-based Erik Hijweege, Chrisopher Joyce and Stockholm’s Lars Stenman, who was recently out taking editorial shots for the worldwide bird flu panic, but kept a very safe distance.
Vue: photo agents
Vue: photo agentsLondon-based Vue represents photographers throughout Europe, offering exceptional levels of coordination and production. Photographers currently represented are:
Tim Kent – Tim first specialised in music and portrait photography before moving into the studio car arena. To date he has worked for a wide range of clients including Audi, Vauxhall, Mini and Ford in the UK and VW, Chrysler and Suzuki in Paris. He also does regular editorial projects for GQ and Car Magazine. His most recent work, an amazing project for Jaguar, depicts a hovering car with doors as wings. He also shot the latest Nissan Micra "I love...." campaign.
Jonathan Minster – Specialising in graphic still life photography Jonathan always tries to add a touch ofhumour into his shots. His clients have included Hewlett Packard, Finlandia Vodka, Renault, O2 and Pot Noodle. He is also a regular contributor to Arena, Vogue and Wallpaper magazines. Most recently Jonathan has been shooting campaigns for Sky Sports with Ad agency HHCL United & Virgin through Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe Y&R London.
Alan Powdrill loves taking shots of people in real, humorous and thought provoking situations. Alan works in the UK, Paris and the US and clients to date have included BT, Renault, Pontiac and Vodafone. He had a great time doing the latest ads for Playstation (James Gillham at TBWA), which showcase his original take on life and has also just finished shooting the Christmas campaign for Virgin mobiles with Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe Y&R London. On the personal side he’s just finished a fantastic project of local football teams which he hopes to exhibit, look out for the finished work on the Vue website and a speciality mailer showcasing this work will be landing on your desks early in 2006.
Seamus Ryan – Seamus’ portraiture work has seen him work with many clients including Nike, Guinness, British Airways, Toblerone, BBC and Yellow Pages. Recently completed campaigns for Oxfam and the Samaritans will be out in UK press soon. He has also been working on three personal projects ‘Jump’, ‘Windswept’ & ‘Mugshots’ which can be seen on the Vue website early in 2006.
Garry Simpson works on a wide range of projects from cars on location to landscapes and people. Garry’s shot national and worldwide campaigns for British Airways, Nissan, Land Rover, VW, Nike, Pedigree, BIC and Lego. He will stop at nothing to get the right shot: see the latest goat ad for Land Rover. Garry’s currently expanding his genre of work and has recently won some awards for TBWA Paris with his people shots for Pedigree & BIC. He’s also working on some new personal work involving people, look out for this on the Vue website in 2006.
Penny Cottee – Australian born Penny is a still life photographer who came to London in '96 and had rapid success shooting for agencies such as St Luke’s, Abbott Mead Vickers and RCKR/Y&R. Clients have included Rover, BT and Homebase. Penny has also been featured in the Creative Review Showcase with her ‘Disposable’ series from the Association of Photographers Awards. More recently, Penny has shot a BT campaign for Ogilvy London.
Blunt Management: photo agents
Blunt Management: photo agentsBlunt Management have offices in London and Paris and represent photographers, Art Directors, stylists, as well as hair and make-up artists. Their artists are based in London, Paris and New York and work in the fields of advertising, fashion, beauty and music.
The photographer’s shoot regular beauty, fashion, portraiture and still life stories for editorial clients including W Magazine, Another, i-D, German Vogue, Teen Vogue, German GQ, Esquire and UK Vogue.
Commercial clients include Air France, Adidas, Levis, Reebok, Jaeger, Gieves and Hawkes, Loewe, Lucozade, Kronenbourg, Emi, Sony BMG and Universal Music.
Please contact Tanya, Helen or Tracy with regards photography and art direction, and either Caren or Ailsa for hair, makeup and styling.
Carolyn Trayler Agency: photo agents
Carolyn Trayler Agency: photo agentsCarolyn Trayler is a well-established London-based photographer’s agent who has a wealth of sought-after talent on her books. Their busy workload bears testament:
Simon Mills has just got back from a ten-day trip in South Africa where he was shooting his fourth campaign for O2 for VCCP. Prior to this Simon was shooting Transport For London’s poster campaign for M&C Saatchi. Finally some compensation for all those congestion charges.
Patrice de Villiers is busy shooting flowers for a new L’Oreal Hair Care range for Leo Burnett. Up-and-coming shoots include a press and poster campaign for Cadbury’s Cream Egg, immediately followed by a new press campaign for Philadelphia cream cheese.
Garry Stevenson’s campaign for McCann’s Peugeot is up and running and Stuart Hall is still basking in the glory of his wonderfully received global Range Rover campaign.